How To Use Blade Golf Irons
Golf equipment: blade golf irons
Blade golf irons will give you superb shots if you use them right and they feel like no other irons you can get. It can however be a bit of a learning curve when you begin using them. Some people incorrectly believe that cavity backs will give you much more, but this isn't true; a good set of blade golf irons can't be beaten so it's time to learn how to use them properly.
Of course, first of all you need to understand that you must hit them dead on as they aren't all that forgiving. It is important to understand that you need to connect with the ball dead on; if you don't connect with the ball properly then it can end up going to the left or right of your target due to the slice.
A good way to see if you are ready to move on from cavity backs is you look at a well used golf iron; If there are patches in the middle then it shows that you are hitting a lot of perfect strokes so you are indeed ready to step up. Don't worry if you feel you still need some more time either, the sooner you do change, the sooner you can reap the benefits - of course, your game might suffer at first because you are using new golf equipment but this is somewhat expected and you will get used to them with time.
With that said, you can almost always expect to drop a few shots when you change any golf equipment so it's not really a big deal.
Remember, practice makes perfect so the more you use them, the better off you will be. Another thing that you will need to master is the weight differential when you start using them.
Blade golf irons have the weight located behind the center of the club which is why they are also called muscle backs. This gives them a unique feel but it also helps to add more power to your shots.
Finally, you do not need to use a full backswing when you are taking your shot. This might sound a little odd, but in doing so you are more likely to mishit the ball.
Of course, this matters a lot so take care to practise your golf swing and make sure you find something you are comfortable with. Once you get the hang of it, you will know when you have struck the ball cleanly from the sound and feel from the club and it's something that you just won't get with any other golf clubs.